The emotional brain and sleep: an intimate relationship.

@article{Vandekerckhove2010TheEB,
  title={The emotional brain and sleep: an intimate relationship.},
  author={Marie Vandekerckhove and Raymond Cluydts},
  journal={Sleep medicine reviews},
  year={2010},
  volume={14 4},
  pages={219-26}
}
Research findings confirm our own experiences in life where daytime events and especially emotionally stressful events have an impact on sleep quality and well-being. Obviously, daytime emotional stress may have a differentiated effect on sleep by influencing sleep physiology and dream patterns, dream content and the emotion within a dream, although its exact role is still unclear. Other effects that have been found are the exaggerated startle response, decreased dream recall and elevated… CONTINUE READING

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